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Danger level 5
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Shows commercial adverts

If you land on, you should know that it is an adware server. Such websites can provide various advertising content from different third parties. Therefore, there is a chance that some ads could come from unreliable sources, which is why we advise being careful if you end up receiving notifications from this adware server. Our researchers say that before displaying any ads the website might need a permission to show notifications from users who visit it. Also, based on what the site shows upon entering it, it looks like the adware server might be trying to get the mentioned permission by making users think that they would get something else besides notifications. If you want to learn what we are talking about, we encourage you to read our full article. As for users who came here only to learn how to eliminate notifications, we recommend checking the instructions placed below or using a reliable antimalware tool.

Before explaining what happens when you enter, we wish to talk about how you could end up on this website. According to our specialist, users might end up on adware servers if they click on unreliable links, ads, or content alike. Such material could be found on file-sharing websites or other untrustworthy sites. Thus, the first thing we ought to suggest if you want to stay away from adware servers is to stop visiting unreliable websites. Plus, we highly recommend against clicking ads and links if you are not completely sure that such interaction will lead you to reliable sites or result in downloading trustworthy data. For extra protection, we advise keeping a reliable antimalware tool that could warn you about questionable content and, of course, malicious data.

What happens if you get redirected to You ought to see a site with a black background and the following sentence on its top: “HD Streaming -720p - Unlimited Downloads.” After more careful inspection, you should notice that the website displays icons of “like,” “later,” and “share” buttons on the right side, an icon of a play button in the middle, and a progress bar along with icons of play, sound, and other video buttons at the bottom of the website. As a result, it might seem like the website displays a video that is paused. What should seem unusual is that the play button’s icon in the middle should be crossed over and might be unresponsive. Moreover, you might see a green arrow pointing to your browser’s notification that should appear soon after visiting

The browser’s pop-up should say that the website wants to show you notifications. Also, it ought to let you choose between allowing and blocking such content. Naturally, after being unable to play the browser’s video, users might think that they have to click the Allow button to view it. However, doing so will only let the adware server show you notifications just like the browser’s pop-up says. The same thing ought to be mentioned at the bottom of as there should be a sentence saying that by clicking Allow users not only accept the website’s Terms of Use and Privacy Policy but also “agree to receive sponsored content.” Naturally, if you hate sponsored advertisements and do not want to see them on your Desktop, we advise not to give the website permission to show you notifications.

What to do if you clicked the Allow button while being on and now want to get rid of the adware server’s ads? Our researchers say that there are a couple of options. If you do not mind resetting your browser, you could try doing so to eliminate the adware server. The instructions placed below this article can help you reset Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers. In case you do not want to reset your browser and risk losing bookmarks, extensions, and data alike, you could install a reliable antimalware tool. After it is installed, you should do a full system scan. Wait till the scanning is over and click the provided deletion button to remove notifications and other possible detections from your system.


Google Chrome

  1. Launch Google Chrome.
  2. Type the following path into your address bar: chrome://settings/system
  3. Click Enter to access the System settings.
  4. Click the Restore settings to their original defaults button available in the Reset and clean up section.
  5. Select Reset Settings.
  6. Restart the browser.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Insert the following path into the address bar: about:support
  3. Press Enter to load the Troubleshooting Information.
  4. Find the Give Firefox a tune up section on the right.
  5. Click the Refresh Firefox… button.
  6. Select Refresh Firefox.
  7. Restart the browser.
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